CC'ed for the first time yesterday

CC'ed for the first time yesterday

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    CC'ed for the first time yesterday

    Went for a short walk yesterday carrying my dad's S&W99. I thought it would feel weird walking down the street carrying a gun but it didn't feel weird at all.


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    Congrats... one thing though... you didn't mention... did you recently get your permit?
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    LOL

    the silence is deafening....

    we can only hope the OP has a permit to carry concealed....

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    Before you know it, cc will become part of you and you will not even think about it anymore. You can then work on your SA.
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    Yes I have my permit, not sure how I forgot to mention that.

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    Hahaha, thanks for clearing that up, so, congrats, be safe.
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    Hey chris, congrats! Where in the poconos are you? Im in tobyhanna btw. Hey, in PA its a LICENSE to carry firearms. J/K Im just bustin on ya. Soon it will feel like you are naked when you dont have it on you.
    *Edit, ignore the asking where you are, just remembered I asked before, Effort area right?
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    congrats
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    Congrats. You will get so use to it; just give it a little time.
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    Soon it will be...grab the watch, the wallet, and the gun...no big deal.
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    It definitily becomes a part of you. You won't even think about it anymore. Congratulations.
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    Congrats, and welcome to the family.

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    Congrats and welcome. I wore a cover shirt today that was much shorter than what I'm used to wearing but I'm so comfortable with carrying now that I didn't even think about it.

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    It is a great feeling isn't it. I remember my first time. It was a little nerve racking but I got over it pretty quick.

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